Safety, quality and outcomes

Our safety and quality reports help families and partner providers make the most informed health care decisions for the benefit of their children and patients.

Each graph below links to a detail page with more information about each area. Through these quality reports, we share our comparison ratings and statistics in areas that we feel will benefit our families and referring providers the most. We follow the Institute of Medicine's Six Dimensions of Care to structure our quality improvement efforts.

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How we compare

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Patient Safety  2009  2010  2011  2012
 Number of ASA 1 and 2 cases
ASA 1 = Healthy, ASA 2 = Mild Systemic Disease
16,934 17,062

16,248

16,265
 % Survival at 48 Hours for ASA 1 and 2  100%  100%  100%  100%
 Number of ASA 3 cases
ASA 3 = Severe Systemic
6,730

6,796

6,890

6,965

 % Survival at 48 hours for ASA 3  99.97%

99.93%

100% 100%
 Number of ASA 4 and 5 cases
ASA 4 = Severe Systemic Life Threat, ASA 5 = Moribund
 1,243  1,175

 1,059

 1,116
 % survival at 48 hours for ASA 4 and 5  98.63%  98.47%  98.49%  98.74%
 Total % survival at 48 hours  99.92%
99.90% 99.93%  99.9%